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in the united states. that is not american exceptional is and we can be proud of. if we cannot agree to do something about that -- we did it about cigarettes, thank god. if we cannot do it, then let's just toss the old tall in now. >> can i pick up on that? >> with cigarettes, we had a de-glamorization campaign. we had tremendous success. smoking has been cut in half in about 50 years. it is the result of a culture. if we are talking about shootings and guns in this country, the equivalent would be the glamorization of gu in hollood, videogames ome in and on television. so you would want to start with that, but nobody in power will speak about that. the other elements are on the commitment of the mentally ill. there, the aclu and other lobbies are very strong. n those law were committement levels are straight, it is different. the only way you can ever hieve anytng is the aurali didt. 1996, they had a massacre. they confiscated guns, and there were none. that cannot be done. you cannot do it in this country, with its history, culture, and its second amendment. >> the problem is, if you can
united states from one house of the congress and that is something that i think the newcomen enthusiastic, young, committed members of his congress do not understand. they only control one house of congress. you can stop them blocked, which is, i think something that you're conservative you'd want to do to prevent some of the more expansive liberal legislation from happening. the problem they have now with the debt ceiling is this is again playing roulette. what they have to do is they have to have a caucus united on a simple demand. whatever it is, $1 in spending cuts for every $1 in debt increases, a balanced budget amendment, but something. they also made a tactical throw back. if they do not, they will get rolled. advice is' thoughtful, but when asked if they would expect -- accept $10 for $1, everyone said it was unacceptable. we are in a position where we'd like to take tough positions but we do not like to make tough calls. >> i think we will see something inherently different. i think the president is serious when he says he will not negotiate over the debt ceiling. he should not.
hardly accuse the united states of indulging in too much austerity. we have added $5 trillion of debt in four years. that would be a new definition of austerity. >> i am not saying that. what we have at this moment is a decision of how much to cut and where to cut. the democrats are really recalcitrant about entitlements. the republicans are almost foolish about their willingness to make enormous cuts. >> with reference to the president's inaugural address, charles with your comments, environmentalism is the successor to fail socialism as justification for all pervasive role by public experts, all men that it acts in the name of the proletariat but the planet. fascinating. >> since i'm not a plagiarist, let me say, that comes from the president of the czech republic, an economist, and he is stating a truism. when the labor party in britain came into office after the second world war, it nationalize left and right in the name of the working class. today, if you want to control the energy in the united states, cap and trade, you want to shut down the coal industry, you want to suppress
of the first world -- of the 22 countries in the first world -- are here in the united states. that is not american n exit shall listen we can be proud of. if we cannot agree as a people to do something about that -- we did it about cigarettes,hank god. if we cannot do it, then let's just toss the wle towel in now. >> would happen with cigarettes we had a de-glamorization campaign. it became uncool we had tremendous success. smoking was cut in half and about 50 years. it is the result of a cuure. we are talking abouthootings and guns in this country. the equivalent would be the glamorization of guns in hollywood, video games, in the culture, and on telelevision. so you would want to start with that but nobody in power will even speak about that. the other elements are the commitment of the dangerously mentally ill. there, the aclu and other lobbies are very strong. in those states ere commitment laws are strict, there is a lowelevel of this kind of violence. i agree with you, the elimination of guns but the only way you can only achieve anything is the way australia did. 1996
in the united states. that is not american exceptional is and that we can be proud of. if we cannot agree as a people to do something about that -- we did about cigarettes, thank god. and we have made progress. if we cannot do it, let's toss the whole towel in doubt. >> what happened with cigarettes is we had a deep glamorization campaign. it became uncool. we had tremendous success. smoking has been cut in half and about 50 years. it is the result of a culture. if we are talking about shootings and guns in this country, the equivalent would be the glamorization of the guns in hollywood, videogames, in the culture, and television. you would want to start with that, but nobody in power would even speak about that. the other elements are the commitment of the dangerously mentally ill, and they're the aclu and other lobbies are very strong. in those states where the commitment laws are strong, there is a love love this kind of violence. i agree with you. lastly, the elimination of guns. i think the only weaken over it achieve anything is the way australia did. 1996, they had a massacre, and
accuse the united states of indulging too much in austerity. we have added $5 trillion in debt. >> i am not saying that. i am saying that what we have at this moment is a decision of how much to cut and where. the democrats are recalcitrant about entitlements. republicans are almost foolish about the willingness to make enormous cuts. >> with reference to the inaugural address, charles, you write -- fascinating. >> since i'm not a plagiarist, i must say, this come from the president of the czech republic, an enomi, an he is stating a truism. when the labor party came into office in britain, it nationalized left and right in the name of the working class. today, if you want to control the energy in the united states, you want cap and trade, you want to shut down the coal industry, suppress the new fracking technique, which has produced a bonanza and gas and oil, then you do it in the name of the planet, global warming. so it allows a politicallass of experts, central government to control economic labors in a way that was done in the past in the name of the working class. >> but i hear f
suspect there will be a rebellion over it be that y could hardly accused the united states of indulging in too ch austerity. we have added $5 trillion of debt in four years. that wou be a new definition of austerity. >> i am not saying that. t we have is a decision of how much to c cut and where to cut. the democrats are really recalcitrant about entitlements. publicans, are almost bullish about their willingness to make enormous cuts. [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway: the big hot pastrami melt. we've perfected the pastrami sandwich -- filled with juicy pastrami pickles, yellow mustard and melted cheese. all piled-high on freshly baked bread. taste one at your local subway today! subway. eat fresh. >> we were misled that there were supposedly protest and that something sprang out of that. >> with all due rerespect, the fact iss we have four dead american spirit was it because of a protest or guys out for a walk that decided they would kill some americans? what difference, at this point does it make? it is our job to figure of what happened
front. >> that is climatologist heidi cullen. 2012 what's the hottest year in the united states since we started keeping records. different major disasters, including sandy. evan, will 2013 be the year where congress and the administration and the american people act on global warming? >> i wish, but i doubt it. they are we building on coastal areas as if nothing happened. i don't know what is going to take to make us wake up. >> should we discourage the rebuilding of the coastal areas? >> now, rebuild, but take into account the environmental changes you will have to make and the physical changes you will have to make. it is not a question of climate change. i listened with great interest to a segment on the rush limbaugh show this week where he discussed his idea that there is no such thing as climate change, and he played the statistical been of setting other instances of when we had a warmer times and cooler. and that you cannot make the case there is climate change. >> is there a case for denial? [laughter] >> one of the great physicists of all times is one of the skeptics on this. i
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